Mientras Thor: Ragnarok sigue en los cines recaudando y consolidando el éxito que es, nos llegan más diseños conceptuales de personajes de la película que nos proporcionan vistazos a trajes y aspectos alternativos.
Por un lado, Anthony Francisco ha compartido varias versiones de las vestimentas de Loki, algunas más coloridas de lo que vimos finalmente en la película. Por otro lado, Andy Park ha compartido un par de versiones para el traje de Gladiador del Dios del Trueno.
Para rematar, Karla Ortiz ha compartido un diseño de qué aspecto habría tenido Thor si hubiese vestido una armadura completa de Sakaar.
#lokiragnarok – it was a great opportunity for me that they wanted to have a whole new costume look for @twhiddleston Loki! out of the many directions I explored for Loki’s costume this was one that the producers liked , it felt the most Loki without being too Asgardian . And from this base I designed his Sakaar costume. I will post more on that so stay tuned ! But if you can’t wait, head over to my Facebook page :) Make sure to check out some more Loki designs from @aleksibriclot and more #thorragnarok #conceptart from the rest of gang in the #visualdevelopment Amazing #hela #costumedesigns from @andyparkart Awesome #hulk designs from @ryan_meinerding_art @jwsze memorable key frames #valkyrie #grandmaster costume designs by @constantinesekeris And more from @kortizart @ianjoynerart @rodneyimages Not to mention an abundance of talent in the #marvelfamily that worked on the film!________________________ #lokicostume #characterdesigns #thorragnarok #art #artbook #fantasy #scifi #marvelstudiosvisualdevelopment #instartist #instagood #fashionista
I am really grateful that @taikawaititi decided to do this version of #lokiragnarok helmet from the comicbooks! It’s one of my favorites. I designed this helmet based on one of my favorite comicbooks #xmenasgardianwars ! @adamwross helped me with translating my design in #zbrush which was then sent to @ironhead_studio and from there we went back and forth with notes to guide the process as they finished the physical model. They did an amazing job!! It looked so good on screen. One of the biggest decisions I had to discuss with @andyparkart was having the ears be more seen from the front view and I am glad we did it! even if it’s a subtle detail, I feel it helped us stay true to the comic. It was great having him there to be an extra set of eyes! I also did a bunch of color and detail options. How much is too much blue? What shape should that emblem be, that sort of stuff. It definitely was a challenge. _______________________________________ #thorragnarok #lokiragnarok #tomhiddleston #gq #fashionista #helmet #3dmodeling #conceptart #costumedesigns #costume #cdg #marvelstudiosvisualdevelopment #art #instyle #fashionicon #design #comicbookmovie #marvelstudios #mcu #characterdesign #godofmischief #fantasy @marvel
Happy Thanksgiving everyone !! Designing #loki costume for #thorragnarok was a fun challenge . We were asked to go as bold and colorful as we could. Channeling Jack Kirby hopefully. I did a bunch of these color variations. Do you guys wanna see them all? It’s a lot of misses tho :) ______________________________________ #lokiragnarok #conceptdesign #costumedesign #marvelstudiosvisualdevelopment #illustration #instyle #tomhiddleston
#lokisakaarian #costume #exploration it’s not crazy as my last post but still could be just as unappealing for some. But for me this looked good. I was thinking of a quick simple variation because I have to do a lot of ideas. So for this I know #loki has always had the colors green and yellow (gold is a type of yellow) green was always dominating with yellow underneath . So for this I just switched them , a good technique for a quick idea. But it also represents his feeling of being turned inside out from the loss of his father (sorry spoilers!) You guys go check out @aleksibriclot version of loki design There was one point in our design searching that we needed to make loki a #warrior ______________________________________ #marvelstudiosvisualdevelopment #costumedesign #conceptart #bananasuit #yellowversion #artbook #thorragnarok #sakaardesigns #fantasy #mcu
#lokidesign #sakaardesigns for the film #thorragnarok this was one of the options that made it through the first round of color exploration. Again it’s all the same design but playing with levels of saturation. Having the green dominate overall , and just varying the temperatures of the greens , some are greens that go towards blue (cooler) and the greens that go towards yellow (warmer) . And where I want the eye to hopefully go to , I have that look really saturated by having duller green beside it, like his shoulder armor. It also helps that I have a lot of little shapes there and high contrast to help bring lines that point to the face. Hope this makes sense to you guys. It’s helps me sometimes. These greens are crazy tho! It was a challenge choosing which greens and the amount of yellow needed to keep some sort of balance. I would understand if you thought this was really jarring, but this was loud colors , Jack Kirby look for sakaar. _________________________________________ #lokicostume #characterdesigns #art #artbook #fantasy #instartist #instagood #marvelfamily #conceptart #mcu
Here's a closeup of an early gladiator concept design l painted up of Thor from #ThorRagnarok @TaikaWaititi wanted to go short w/his hair so I went for it! #thor @chrishemsworth pic.twitter.com/7I7ACiKVCY
— Andy Park (@andyparkart) November 26, 2017
Here's a early design version I did of Thor's gladiator look during preproduction of #ThorRagnarok I was going for the armored look reminiscent to Odin's from the Thor: God of Thunder series @chrishemsworth #thor pic.twitter.com/UJ8cMsZX2S
— Andy Park (@andyparkart) November 25, 2017
Day 7 of #ThorRagnarok art drop, and it's the Asgardian himself, Thor, played by the incredible @chrishemsworth . This is an early pass on what his new Sakaaran armor could've been. I imagined Thor would've grabbed different parts of armor, and somehow made it look fashionable~ pic.twitter.com/0nIFdyPhMT
— Karla Ortiz (@kortizart) November 22, 2017